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Snow Place Bon Bons

I can't believe we are less than a week from Christmas!  I had a very special time with my daughter making this project - she helped with the stamping, colouring and stuffed all the "goodies" inside for a special treat for all her class

 

I designed these Bon Bons so that I could make 2 out of one sheet of A4 cardstock - once I had worked out the measurements for the score lines they were super easy to make - especially with my little Helper!



 Using the envelope punch board to cut the little sections made it so easy for the Bon Bon to take shape when tying with the ribbon.




Reports back from the class are that all had a wonderful end of year Christmas celebration!


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  1. Eep! Wish I had time to make some of these sooo adorbs! Thanks for linking up with this weeks TGIF challenge!

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  2. Super-cute project, Sue! These are perfectly decorated with the snowmen and penguins - how festive and fun. Thank you so much for playing along with this week's Celebrate Theme Challenge for the Global Design Project.

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  3. I love these! I am going to case this for a kids class next year - Thank-you for playing along with both the TGIF & Global Design Project challenges!

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  4. OK - mental note to pump loads of these out for class gifts next year. Great idea! These are such cuties!

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